Amazon CPC Certification Product Labeling Requirements
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), U.S. Customs or e-commerce platforms such as Amazon require that all responsible parties for children’s products sold in the U.S. market must be tested in accordance with the corresponding standards in a third-party laboratory accredited by the CPSC, and must be attached A "Children's Product Certificate" to demonstrate product compliance.
The CPC certificate is applicable to all consumer products designed for children aged 12 and under or mainly used by children, such as children's toys, children's clothing, children's school supplies, etc.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's CPSC guidelines, children's products must contain:
1. Traceability labels: All children's products must have easily identifiable permanent signs (also known as "tracking labels", "tracking labels", "traceability labels"), which are affixed to the goods and product packaging, and the fonts are legible , and must provide certain identifying information.
2. Warning labels: For toys or games intended for children aged three to six, warnings or warning labels are required. A cautionary statement warns potential buyers of potential hazards that may exist.
3. Importers, manufacturers and private labelers of durable baby or toddler products such as baby walkers, bath chairs, cradles, cribs, high chairs, etc., in addition to meeting the basic traceability label requirements, must also Attach product marking and product registration card.
For generic or non-children's products, the CPSC does not require tracking information to be affixed to the product. Recently, many Amazon sellers have reported that the children's products they sell have been removed from the shelves due to the problem of traceability labels. In this article, we will focus on the specific content of the traceability label.
The traceability label information requires that all children's products must have legible permanent marks (also known as "traceability labels", "tracking labels", "traceability labels"), which are affixed to the products and product packaging, and the fonts are legible. And certain identifying information must be provided. All traceability labels must contain certain basic information, including:
1. The name of the manufacturer or private label;
2. The place and date of manufacture of the product;
3. Details of the manufacturing process, such as batch or run numbers, or other identifying characteristics;
4. Any other information that would help identify the specific origin of the product.